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Situated on the edge of the medieval Bastide town of Monségur, this impressive, stone built house has views across a little valley to the town. It stands in a garden of mature trees and shrubs with a wisteria-covered pergola offering a delightful place to eat by the private swimming pool.
Situated on the edge of the medieval Bastide town of Monségur, this impressive, stone built house has views across a little valley to the town. It stands in a garden of mature trees and shrubs with a wisteria-covered pergola offering a delightful place to eat by the private swimming pool. The spacious accommodation is furnished in traditional French style, and adjoins a small, independent apartment occupied by the helpful owner. The small historic town of Monségur, with its central arcaded square and market place, has pavement cafés and restaurants as well as summer music and cultural events for all ages. This peaceful rural area has many historic towns and vineyards to visit between the rivers Garonne and Dordogne, and a little further is the fascinating city of Bordeaux.
Entrance hall with sitting area. Lounge/dining room with piano and glass fronted woodburner. Kitchen with sliding doors to garden and pool. First floor: Three bedrooms; two double, one twin. Bathroom with over-bath shower and double basin. Separate WC
Location: 0.5km S of Monségur (medieval market town, most facilities), 15km NE of La Réole (town on River Garonne, all facilities), 45km SE of St. Emilion (historic town and famous vineyards).
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